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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 15, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                T h newspaper t h a t m a k 11 o 11 N o r t h I o wo n n e ig h b o r s NEW YORK old E Hughes of Iowa told group of business leaders Tun day his state had made itself a tractive to industry without us ing giveaways or gimmicks The governor headed a M man Iowa delegation that can to New York with the viewto inducing more industry to lo cate in his state Addressing a luncheon gather ing of more than 100 industrial ists and financiers Hughes said to with out any of the special induce ments that have become com mon in the field of industrial development He said he was proud the states labor force markets central geographic location and realism on taxes had enough to attract industry without competitive conces sions The governor and other speak ers stressed that Iowa is more than just corn hogs and cattle Edition MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY I FTEMiER 15 1N4 Associated Prtu Full VOL TfcU NFO demonstrates here blockade ended We are an agricultural state were proud of it and we in tend to keep agriculture strong in our economy Hughes as serted But he said a fifth of the an tions 500 leading manufacturing concerns now have some 200 plants in Iowa Among these he mentioned Monsanto Ortho Union x Car bide John Deere JI Case Honeywell Firestone Alcoa General Electric S y 1 v a n i a Zenith Ford and International Paper Hughes said the value of the states manufactured products last year totaled more than billion figure nearly three times this value of the states agricultural products On the of unemploy ment he said the rate was run ning about 27 per cent which he called among the lowest in the nation Other speakers included Dav id Jaquith president of Vega Industries S y r a c us e NY which recently located a plant in Mount Pleasant Iowa Jaquith told how his com pany decided to establish the plant Meanwhile the Democratic governor denied that Republican AttyGen Evan Hultman was omitted from thedelegationbe cause Hultman is runnint tor governor Cuba policy is working EDITORS NOTE Tjhis is the second article in a sixpart series on the views of President Lyndon B Johnson Democratic candidate for the office he now holds The views on a variety of issues as expressed in his news conferences interviews s p e e c h e s statements and other public remarks were compiled and documented for the GlobeGazette by the Associated Press The Globe published a similar series on the views of Barry Goldwa ter Republican presiden tial candidate the week of July 21 shortly after he was nominated Cuba In a speech March 24 1964 to the AFLCIO Building and Con struction Trades Conference in Washington Johnson departed rom his prepared text to say this about Cuba The water problem thatdis urbed us at Guantanamo was solved not by a battalion o Marines bay one ting their way to turn onthe water but by sending over a single admiral elated Press in New York he had this to say about Cuba The use of Cuba a base for subversion and terror is obstacle to our for Our first task must be as it has been to isolate Cuba from the inter American system frustrate its efforts to destroy free govern ments and expose for all to see the ugliness of commu nism That policy is working The problems of this hem isphere would be far more erious if Castro sat in the coun ils of the OAS disrupting de ate and blocking decision if Police open Escort trucks into the plant Theentrance to the Jacob E Decker Sons packing plant was reopened at pm Tuesday after it had been closed for nearly Vh hoursby demon strators for the National Farm er Organisation As two1 dozen police highway patrolmen and deputy sheriffs ordered the blocking NFO trucks off the street two large semitrucks loaded with hogs Hultman said Monday it was obvious he was excluded be cause I am the Republican candidate for Hughes a Democrat said he told the Iowa Development Com mission to invite Republican Lt Gov William Mooty so as to make the trip bipartisan and added Sofar as I am con cerned there are no politics in volved in this trip Said Mooty I was invited on this trip by the Iowa Develop ment Commission I do not know how the list of official guests was compiled We are here to sell Iowa and we will do the very best we can LYNDON JOHNSON His reported can say to yo that our base is selfsufficient On April 20 1964 speaking t the annual meeting of The Ass STREETS CLEARED Highway patrolmen lead a semi truck from Cresco loaded with hogs into the Jacob E Decker Sons packing plant Looking west on 15th NE at the Pennsyl vania intersection another semitruck and about 20 NFO pickup trucks are lined up 1 first truck was from j t co It was followed by another 1 Ifrom Lake Mills e had open channels of trade nd communications along hich subversion and terror his economy had een a successful model rather dan a dismal warning The effectiveness of r j our policy is more than a of rade statistics It has increased awareness of difference and danger revealed the brutal na ure of the Cuban regime cssened opportunities for sub version reduced the number of astros followers and drained the resources of our adver saries Senate kills uniyis challenge says LB J remap plan WASHINGTON AP the Senate rejected 42 to 40 Tuesday a proposed compromise on legis lative reapportionment The defeat was administration supported efT forts to break a the pending foreign aid bill to which it was offered as ah amendment and left pros Defense In a Senate speech July 12 1950 speaking of the Korean LBJ Continued en 2 Nikita talks of new giant Red weapons pects for early adjournment of Congress in doubt The on a honbind of the Congress substitute for Vat proposed Tide to the foreign aid bill The ride is designed a delay of a year or more Supreme Courtordered reapportionment of seats in both houses of state legislatures on a population basis MOSCOW Premier That rider sponsored chiefly by Senate Republican Leader Everett M Dirksen of Illinois has tied up the foreign aid bill for several weeks Dirksens still pending amendment is aimed to buy time for Congress to submit and the states possi MIAMI BEACH Fla AP President Johnson appealiri for national unity and suppor said Tuesday prosperity mus mot be sacrificedto partisanshi nor progress made the victim o prejudice f i Flying toj politically doubtful Florida for the second time in fry e days Johnson sou ght to play the role of candidate of all the people in what he labeled a nonpolitical appearance iPretioent who flew to Miami Beach for the convention of the International Association of Machinists added a second Florida stop 90minute visit to Cape Kennedy to his About 20 mostly be llonging to NFO members and carrying one hog each lined up behind the two semis and also entered the plant Following the initial blockade there were no incidents as two Mason City policemen kept northsouth traf fic on Pennsylvania moving past the plantentrance on 15th iNE The Connecticut entrance to the plant also was blocked EDITORS NOTE This is the first in a series At City Grimsted Buren agree on remap taxes fast time New York boycott continues Reds Vatican in agreement VATICAN CITY AP was a sensational one He Vatican and Communist Hunmade a confession but during Igary signed an accord Tuesday his few days of freedom in 195 NEW YORK AP White giving the Vatican at least parhe told an interviewer he had pupils again boycotted New tial administrative authorityjbeen tortured before the trial Yorks public schools Tuesday over the Church in that country protesting a program of racially for the first time in 15 years integrating classroom by busing It paved the way also for the at thp children away from their eventual transfer of neighborhoods Cardinal Mindszenty Home the Roman catholic For the second and final day Within minutes after the cnurcj of the protest narents returned nouncement the Vatican Press to picket lines in greater mamOffice said Pope Pul VI hadl A commumque m the bers than before Police said named five new bishops and cans LOsservatore Romano an 352 persons schools marched at 1941 confirmed one selection by Pope John XXIII but never ap proved by Hungary Attendance figures being compiled by school au nounced the accord The state ment said envoys of the Vat can and Hungary had discussc the entire question of Church Vatican officials the timlstate relations Khrushchev was quoted Tuesday as claiming the Soviet Union has new weapons that could an nihilate life on earth and warn ing China that all means will be used to defend Soviet borders Members of a Japanese par liamentary del e g a t i o n said hrushchev made the state ments to them The Japanese met with hrushchev in the Kremlin and ook notes on what he told them hey said that according to their notes Khrushchev said Soviet military men scientists and en jineers showed him Monday new means of destruction Khrushchev said he was amazed to learn that the weapons could destroy ai mm an life on earth the Jap anese reported They said that after mention ing the weapons Khrushchev sharply disputed Chinese border claims and accused red Chinese eader Mao TzeTung of spread ing warlike sentiments bly to ratify a constitutional amendment negating the Su preme Court ruling in which opposing candidates for state legislative offices from North Iowa will express their opinions on some of the the next session of the Iowa legislature By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director If original statements hold true the voters new Han cockWinnebago senatorial dis rict are going to be voting for personalities rather than stands on issues in theNovember elec tion itinerary In the text prepared for his speech to the machinists who have formally endorsed his can It led to baby filibuster didacy Johnson said by a band of Democrats to pre vent a vote Defeat of the sub stitute was certain to spark a renewal of their talkathon against the Dirksen rider The substitute offered by our challenge The prosperity of the many must not be sacrificed to the partisanship of the few The progress of all the i people must not be vic Sens Jacob K Javits RNY timized by the prejudices of any and Eugene J McCarthy Dof the people Minn was backed by Sen Hu Johnson said Americans can oert H Humphrey of Minnesota liveas we live now the Democratic vicepresidenLUS progressive and tial nominee It was phrased in so longas we live together language intended to avoid ajunited forwardlooking and un challenge of the reapportiondivided ment ruling and a direct con frontation between Congress and the court The proposed compromise would have declared it is the sense of the Congress that reasonable time should be al lowed the states to comply with the Supreme Court ruling Barry rakes top court in South thorities with an anxious eye on ing indicated the appointment It added that both sides possible loss in state aid exceedof the new bishops was part of agreed to a binding document ing S2 million the accord and that Budapest spelling out results achieved Absenteeism Monday the had approved their nomination thus far opening of a new academic The Vatican has had no ad The communique said year was more than a quarter ministrative direction over the Toward this aim there has of a million children Church in Hungary since signed on 15 19M Isolated checks this morning conviction of Cardinal Mindsat tne Ministry of Foreign Af Inside The Globe GAGE UTNE Biebesheim er elected to M C schoo indicated a attendance substantial loss of zenty on charges of treason 15 fajrs in Budapest an act with years ago an attached protocol Such docu A Brooklyn school completely vacant Monday had only one pupil present Tuesday out of an enrollment of 398 At a Bronx school a milkman delivered only 75 cartons of milk for lunches compared to the customary 480 The demonstration against a pupil integration program was most effective in schools in volved in the program and in schools that parents thought would be involved But the status of the cardinal ments contain some practical was left unsettled in the new acagreements assurances o r cord and Vatican sources pledges on a part of the qucs stressed that he remained in lions dealt with and at the refuge in the US Legation in same time explain the points of view the requests and the reservations manifested by both individuai School board President B Donovan said he was in touch with law enforcement officials to determine whether criminal Budapest He took refuge thtrt the abortive Hungarian of 1956 The partial accord was re The two heve gardcd as a major step forward dared themselves disposed to in relations between the church continue also in the future th of Hungary and could effect reexchange of views with the aim lations between the Church and of possibly reaching wider other Communist countries as agreements board Page 15 2 nabbed as Philadelphia riot starters reason is that two candidates have indicated that their positions on at least four of the maior issues which will face the com ing session oi the legislature are quite sim Har For exa m pie on the q u e s tion of e reappor tion ment of the state leg islature Dem ocrat John L Buren Fores uy says he tavors the small ounty viewpoint That is a viewpoint shared by lepilblican incumbent Jacob Grimsted Lake Mills In fact Grimsted was one of the lead rs of the small county forces gainst reapportionment in the ast session of the legislature The two mens position on re on North Clear Lake Society news North news 1112 13 WINSTONSALEM NC Wl Republican presidential nominee Barry Goldwater charged into the South Tuesday with a drum beat of criticism for the Su prcme Court and he charge that some Democrats dont eve think the South is part of th PHILADELPHIA United States adelphia police arrested two Ne This country wants gro men and sought a woman on change he said charges of inciting the rioting and looting in north Philadel apportionment is not surprising since the HancockWinnebago FOCUS Continued on 2 phias Negro area two weeks ago Arrested Monday night were Abbyssinia Hayes 34 who is Latest markets M known as Shaykh Muhammad he a Mason City news 1415 Comics Farm news Transit timetable M 2021 PIONEER THERAPIST CHICAGO Dr Erich law have been Gross superin violations of committed Calvin E tendent of schools warned that the city could 16se million in state aid if absenteeism Tues day is the same as Monday well as between Washington and Budapest The fate of the 72yearold cardinal has figured in negotia tions between the Church and the Communist regime and also in talks between Washington and Budapest The trial of the cardinal in The accord was only partial but it was a major step forward in relations between the Roman Catholic Church and Hungary It could effect relations between the Church and other Commu nist lands and between Wash ington and Budapest M Uhlmann 63 a pioneer in the use of electron therapy died Monday oi cancer North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy and warmer Tues day night around Partly cloudy cloudy Wed nesday warmer north in the Weather details Page 2 and Raymond Hall 25 known as YussuL Abdullah Police described them as mem bers of an extreme Negro separatist movement They were charged with conspiracy to riot inciting to riot and rioting Also sought on similar charges was a woman identi tied as Florence Mobley All three arc Philadelphians Deputy Police Commissioner Richard Edwards said there were no indications at present that the alleged riot instigators were representing any larger organization or that they hac anything to do with recen rioting in such other northern cities as New York Brooklyn Rochester NY and Paterson NJ deep concern among Americans about the drift of our govern ment and about foreign af fairs and the way the adminis tration deals with communism He said modern Democrats belie the heritage of Jefferson He said some of them think the Supreme Court can rule any way but down the path of the Constitution Goldwater said a Jeffcrsonian Democrat could not accept the courts decision ordering reap portionment of state legisla Strike unlikely at Ford Company minutes iatefby Jugtrway Irolmen and deputy sheriffs A few minutes later Stanley Me Clintock acting chief of police arrived McCbntock walked over to tht crowd gathered near one of trucks and told the group that city ordinances require the streets to be open He said that in three minutes the wreckers would arrive and tow the trucks away f Weve got afleet of wreck ers coming and itll cost you apiece to move those tracks McCuntock said You can picket if you want to McChntock then went to hn car and radioed the police sta tion for wreckers i In a few m mines a truck reg istered to Russell Sprung of Mitchell County was movedIt had two flat tires Another track from Franklin County also was moved The Waukon truck attempted to leave the plant at the Connec ticut NE entrance As it started out the gate NFO members im mediately lifted up a pickup truck and placed it in the semis path T The semi came within inches of the NFO pickup It stopped and backed into the plant Mason City en the scene at 10 a m but no arrests were made The police bow ever warned the demonstrators that trucks parked more than an hour on the streets would ticketedfor overtime parking Using their pickup trucks to block the 15th Street entrance to the plantthe NFO members halted deliveries to the plaoK Only one truckload of hogs was able to break through the NFO blockade after it was set up about 10 am ures people dont think South is a real part of the United States he told some 500 people at a Republican break fast In fact he said your going to be visited by one mos any day Goldwatcr said h was talking about Sen Huber H Humphrey The Democrati vice presidential nominee DETROIT AP The Ford1 Motor Co has offered an eco omic package to the United uto Workers union similar to n historic agreement worked ut last week between the UAW nd Chrysler The offer appeared to have learcd the path toward settle ment on a new contract covering ome 125000 Ford workers without the pressure of a strike deadline Maicolm Denise Ford vict president for labor relations said the company hoped and expected that the proposal wl ead to an early agreement Our proposal would provid pr wage increases and add tional benefits for rcpresenle employes substantially equi alcnt to those already offered b Chrysler and accepted by th union Denise explained Shortly after the proposal was anded to the union UAW resident Walter Reuther told ewsmen the broad outline ppeared to be equivalent to the asic benefits of the Chrysler ackagc Still to be discussed however re the unions socalled non conomic demands such as for mproved working conditions ncluding additional relief time or workers on assembly lines That truck f i wn weaved its way through NFO trucks before the membera could get up the bkxrade Im mediately after that track got through a pickup pulled in and blocked the street As the semis Started to enter the plant a brief flareup re sulted NFO members who had to be cleared out by police felt their trucks should be allowed to enter before the semitrucks SAME I As the NFO trucks cleared out of the plant one driven by Dale Casper Swatedak was ticketed for double parking just north of the Pennsylvaialtth NE intersection Police Mid Caspers truck was not moving fast enough la all about 25 pkkopa cars and small trucks vsed block 15th KB tnm Federal Pemsyhranta Ave Three Pi I   

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